Tag Archives: community

Three Types of Missionary Fulfillment

December 11, 2012


The idea of fulfillment is overlooked and under-used.  Deep down most people want to be fulfilled but popular opinion suggests that finding fulfillment is unattainable. This is true in the Christian world too.  Even missionaries have told me that they don’t see fulfillment on the horizon for themselves.  That’s pretty sad.  A world where we […]

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The Missional Care Giver

August 24, 2012


The missional movement has nothing on God, but it does contribute to our motivation in caring for one another.  A key component to being missional is community. Community involves loving one another.  But take a moment to ask yourself the question:  who cares for the leaders in your missional communities?  If it is a true […]

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Missionary + Internet + Social Media = Passionate Funding Sources Who Are Already Committed

July 26, 2012

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A church that feels called by God to be a blessing to the nation of Chad has adopted the peoples of Chad by supporting every missionary it can find who is serving in Chad.  How does this church find the missionaries with which to partner? A middle aged Polish American woman loves her birth country […]

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Social Media and Missionary Support Raising – A Facebook Strategy

July 23, 2012


In my last post I reviewed some basics related to social media and missionary support raising: Missionaries need to overcome reluctance to incorporate social media into their support raising. Missionaries need community to make social media effective. Social media is an ideal platform for missionaries to share life and vision. If you missed the first […]

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Top 5 Most Popular FULFILL Posts for Converge Missionary in 2011

December 29, 2011


FULFILL is about helping missionaries to be effective in life and ministry – to be fulfilled in all they do. With the end of 2011 upon us, I am reflecting upon the growth of this blog in number, in quality and influence.  But it is you readers who drive the numbers, so here are the […]

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